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Newlywed Deepika Padukone, who got hitched last month to actor Ranveer Singh, has said that marriage itself is a beautiful celebration.After their lavish wedding in Italy, Deepika and Ranveer hosted one wedding reception in Bengaluru and two in Mumbai.When asked whether celebrations have finally come to an end, she said: "I think marriage itself is the beautiful celebration and literal celebrations are done at least from our end. "But December anyway, I think is very festive time and as a newlywed, the celebration continues for a while."So, how things have changed post marriage, Deepika said: "I think that will be a long conversation but most importantly I am thankful for all the love. "It's been very magical and special. We are so happy that we got to share it with all of you (media and the audience)."Deepika married Ranveer in November at a private ceremony in Italy and on January 5, she will be celebrating her 33rd birthday.And were there some more big celebration -- as it will be her first birthday after her marriage, she said: "I don't know.. We haven't planned anything as of now. Right now, we are looking forward to his (Ranveer) film's release (Simmba)."Deepika will be next seen playing the role of an acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal in Meghna Gulzar's yet untitled film.
Marriage is one beautiful celebration: Deepika

Actress Alia Bhatt says she feels shy to talk about her relationship with her Brahamastra co-star Ranbir Kapoor.
Alia feels shy talking about relationship with Ranbir

Kannada Superstar Yash flew down to Chennai to promote his next biggie KGF which is also getting dubbed in Tamil. Touted to be the costliest film ever made in Kannada cinema, KGF is also releasing in Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi besides the core Kannada version.
KGF - The costliest Kannada film on Dec 21

Actress Janhvi Kapoor, who made her Hindi film debut with Dhadak, said that any type of encouragement meant the world to her.Janhvi was addressing the media after receiving the 'Arets Stjerneskudd' award as the rising talent of the year by the Royal Norwegian Consulate General along with her producer father Boney Kapoor.Two acclaimed Norwegian films - What Will People Say the country's official entry for the Oscars for 2019 and the second movie The King's Choice, a biographical war film - were screened at the event.This is an initiative by the Norway government to promote Norwegian cinema and help build entertainment ties with India. The screenings also coincide with the Nobel Peace Prize announcements with both the films promoting unity and peace.Sharing her feeling after receiving the award, Janhvi said: "I am very happy to be here. It's such an honour. Any type of award especially this award, really means a lot to me. Any type of encouragement means the world to me. I hope to keep doing good work and make my audience happy."Sharing his feeling, Boney Kapoor said: "I am really happy that my daughter Janhvi has been honoured with the 'Arets Stjerneskudd' award as the rising talent of the year by Royal Norwegian Consulate General. I really feel elated and proud for the achievements of my children and my family. The acknowledgment of my family members be it my daughter or my son means a lot to me."On the work front, Janhvi will be seen next in Karan Johar's period drama Takht along with Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Anil Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar.It is being produced by Hiroo Yash Johar and Apoorva Mehta.Takht is scheduled to release in 2020.
Any type of encouragement means world to me: Janhvi Kapoor

Actors Anushka Sharma and Kartik Aaryan have been named India's Hottest Vegetarians, according to votes on the official website of People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India.Anushka has become the first two-time female winner of the title, having previously won in 2015.The actress, who was also named PETA India's Person of the Year in 2017, recently starred in an ad campaign for PETA India, proclaiming: "I Am Anushka Sharma, and I'm a Vegetarian."Her other efforts to help animals include announcing plans to open an animal shelter near Mumbai, launching the PAWsitive campaign to raise awareness that animals suffer when people set off loud firecrackers, and successfully helping to demand a ban on cruel horse-drawn carriage rides in Mumbai."Going vegetarian was one of the best decisions I ever made. I have more energy, I feel healthier, and I'm so happy that no animals had to suffer for my meals," Anushka said in a statement.Kartik said it only took one video of animals suffering and dying in the meat industry to convince him to go vegetarian."The kindest thing anybody can do for cows, pigs, chickens, and all animals is to stop eating them," he said.Sachin Bangera, PETA's Associate Director of celebrity and public relations, said: "Anushka Sharma and Kartik Aaryan are saving animals by keeping them off their plates, and by sharing their commitment to being meat-free with the world. "Their compassion makes them as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside, and that makes them winners in our book."
Anushka, Kartik named India's hottest vegetarians

Hopes are high from newly-married Ranveer Singh, who is set to woo quintessential Bollywood fans with Simmba later this month. After eight years of entertaining audiences, the actor says he does not feel any pressure to deliver his best as he sees it as a responsibility towards what he loves doing -- acting.Ranveer has a filmography boasting of titles like like Band Baaja Baaraat, Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl, Lootera, Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastani, Dil Dhadakne Do and Padmaavat.Asked if he feels pressure with so many hopes riding on him, Ranveer told IANS in an e-mail interaction from Mumbai: "I have been fortunate enough to experience both highs and lows. (I have been) Lucky and blessed that there have been more highs than lows, but I'm glad that the lows were there because they taught me a lot."The actor, who faced failure with films like Befikre and Kill Dil, says it taught him that filmmaking is a collaborative process."According to me, whether it's my most successful film or least successful film - I know in my heart of hearts that I tried my best, I performed with all honesty and never gave less than a 100 per cent. If a film did not work, that is not in my hands. From my point of view, my perspective, I gave it everything."For a film to become a hit or a flop, there are many variables and many factors. That said, I don't get pressurised. I see it as a responsibility to what I love doing," he said.Ranveer, who tied the knot with his long-time lady love Deepika Padukone in November, says he feels responsible when filmmakers come to him for collaborations."When filmmakers collaborate with me, I only assume that they expect me to bring something to the table creatively and I like that. I appreciate that the finest filmmakers look upon me as a collaborator. It's something to be proud of and so I feel responsible," said Ranveer, who has worked under the direction of Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Zoya Akhtar, Aditya Chopra and Vikramaditya Motwane.As a performer, Ranveer said his effort is always to make people associated with him proud."I want to make my fans, family, my team everybody who is directly or indirectly connected to me, my life, my career -- proud. So, I feel responsible in that way. So yes, I don't feel pressurised, but I definitely do feel responsible," he added.Ranveer, who has been feted with the "entertainer of the year" award by a magazine, has a bag full of films coming up. His next his Simmba, where he is playing a flamboyant police officer. Then there's Gully Boy, '83 and a period drama Takht.The actor's last Bollywood outing was Bhansali's Padmaavat, in which he essayed the role of Alauddin Khilji. Ranveer upped his own game with his powerful acting and eccentric mannerisms in the film, and captivated cine-goers with his stand-out performance, which set the bar higher for Bollywood villains.Would he like to play an anti-hero again?"Khilji's part was mentally and emotionally taxing for me. I don't think I'm keen on going into the dark space again anytime soon. That said, I want to keep doing different things. I will explore new characters that have a fresh set of layers to play. I never say never, but probably not anytime soon," he said.Ranveer was in fact advised by many people to not play Khilji."The rationale behind that was pretty convincing. They rationalised saying how audiences are very emotional, they even draw lines between actors and stars. If they love a character, they will shower the love on who played the character and if they hate the character, that hate will come upon the actor."But the 33-year-old star saw it differently."I trusted the audience, I trusted their maturity and the fact that they have evolved over time that they can see the performance for what it is. I felt that if I do this part well, they will appreciate me as an actor. I'm glad I trusted the audience and my trust in them paid off. It was a huge risk, but I'm never one to play it safe. So I'm glad I took the risk," he said.
I don't feel any pressure, but have responsibility towards acting: Ranveer Singh


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